Washington University School of Law,
University of Missouri-Columbia,
Thompson Coburn LLP
William R Wurm represents clients in commercial, real estate, and title litigation.
He handles a wide variety of cases, including those involving title insurance denial and escrow issues. Will advises clients on matters such as lien property disputes, suits against title insurers, prior liens, boundary disputes, missed easements, legal description errors, etc. As a former in-house counsel for a major title insurer, Will has unique insight on title industry mechanisms and trends. Drawing on that background, he develops efficient and innovative strategies for resolving title disputes that align with client needs. Will has a strong track record in court, having led argument in Missouri trial courts, administrative venues, and the Missouri Court of Appeals, where he recently obtained a 3-0 opinion in favor of the nation's largest title insurer.
Will has also supported labor and employment litigation, including a number of matters involving employment discrimination and contract disputes, and advised clients on employer obligations stipulated in bargaining agreements. He has negotiated settlements for OSHA violations and advised clients on California labor laws.
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